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County - Suffolk | Map
Tel code: 01206 | code search
Postcode: CO6 | code search
Population: 670
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Birthplace of:
Thomas Howard
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Folk Customs:
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Angel Inn
"Good Points: Quintessential English Inn Bad Points: Not cheap General review: Most enjoyable

Date visited: 2009-09-24 ..." More

Angel Inn
"Having eaten in the Angel Inn in the past and read excellent reviews, we were disappointed at the unimaginative menu for a Saturday lunchtime. It appears the Inn is ..." More

Angel Inn
"Most eating places in England serve second rate food at first rate prices, and consider themselves very much finer than they actually are. The Angel is one of the few exceptions. ..." More

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Stoke by Nayland is in the county of Suffolk, close to the border with Essex, in what is referred to as Constable Country. It contains a church, St Mary, with a 120 foot perpendicular red brick tower which remains much as it was in the fifteenth century and as it appeared in several of Constable’s paintings. The village contains many cottages painted in various shades of Suffolk pink, the traditional Suffolk colour that houses would have been painted in. There are also several timber framed buildings including The Village Hall and the old Guildhall. All surround a large recreation field which makes up the centre of the village. The village has two pubs, The Angel Inn and The Crown, originally built in 1530. Stoke by Nayland is about 1.5 miles from Nayland and stands on a ridge overlooking the Stour and Box valleys. Immediately to the north of the village lies the hamlet of Scotland Street. Stoke By Nayland is home to a golf club with two championship eighteen hole courses set in 300 acres of countryside and named after famous painters. The Gainsborough is the longest established of the two, and The Constable has amazing views of the church of St Mary.

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Angel Inn
The Crown

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Black Horse
Littlegarth School
The Crown

School

Stoke by Nayland Middle School

Shops

Lower Dairy Farm Shop

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The Crown (0.16 miles)

The Crown

The Crown Stoke by Nayland, an historic privately owned village Inn has a reputation for making everyone feel welcome - without pretension - simply a passion for good service, food, wine and real ale.

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Angel Inn (0.21 miles)

Angel Inn

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Surrounded by tranquil, beautiful Suffolk countryside, this traditional 16th-century oak-beamed coaching house offers traditional charm, superb food, free Wi-Fi and free parking. The Angel Inn has a wealth of original charm and ... More

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Polstead Lodge (0.90 miles)

Polstead Lodge

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Polstead Lodge is a family run business set in the heart of Constable Country in the Dedham Vale and is an area of outstanding natural beauty, the perfect place to ... More

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The Steam Mill House (1.26 miles)

The Steam Mill House

A warm welcome awaits you at The Steam Mill House, with luxurious rooms and a choice of breakfasts. Our handsome listed house is in the centre of the heritage village of Nayland, with its shops, ... More | visit website

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Stoke by Nayland Club Hotel (1.29 miles)

Stoke by Nayland Club Hotel
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The Stoke by Nayland Club Hotel offers superb accommodation in a unique setting. The hotel is located in the heart of ... More
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Gladwins Farm (1.61 miles)

Gladwins Farm

Set in 22 acres of the rolling countryside typical of the Stour Valley made famous by John Constable, Gladwins Farm offers a selection of high quality accommodation. Guests staying in any of our 5* or ... More | visit website

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Milsoms Hotel (4.00 miles)

Milsoms Hotel

Milsoms is a Victorian country house built in 1850 and was bought by Dorothy and Arthur Milsom in 1959. They ran it until 1981 when their son Gerald Milsom transformed it into the terrace restaurant ... More | visit website

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The Case Restaurant with Rooms (4.17 miles)

The Case Restaurant with Rooms
We provide exceptional dining in comfortable surroundings along with luxurious accommodation in newly constructed self contained rooms, with easy access to the local area for both business and pleasure. There is free Wi-Fi and ... More | visit website
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Maison Talbooth (4.29 miles)

Maison Talbooth

Maison Talbooth
Tranquillity is the essence of this Victorian country house, which enjoys a superb position on a bluff overlooking the river valley. The ten bedrooms are luxurious, individually decorated and have bathrooms that are a ... More | visit website

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Marlborough Head Hotel (4.71 miles)

Marlborough Head Hotel
The Marlborough Head Inn is located in the High Street in the picturesque village of Dedham, which is well-placed for Colchester, Harwich and Ipswich It is a perfect base from which to explore Constable Country. ... More | visit website

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